That’s what Kristin and I did on Monday. Jacy, co-owner of Bronze & Beautiful mobile airbrush tanning company, came over to give us a glow while we drank champagne (and I munched on Whole Foods’ mock chicken salad–obsessed). It was the easiest thing in the world . We took turns stripping down and stepping into the tanning tent that Jacy set up in the kitchen. The formula comes in a green/blue tone so orange is out of the question. Each tan is customized to your skin tone, so you can ask for a just-got-back-from-a-pool-side-brunch-in-LA look or a don’t-be-jealous-that-I-spent-a-week-in-the-Bahamas look. You’ll see it right away, but let it do its thing over night, and you’ll wake up with an even richer tan. Shall we move onto the price? $50. Yep. That’s all. If you live across the world (talking to you, Plano, McKinney, etc.), the price jumps up to $75, but add a couple extra people looking to do some pale body control, and you’ll get discounts for each additional glow-in-the-dark hiney. Sent the ladies a note at email@example.com or call 817-880-4383 to set something up.
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